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Garment Sizing


It is important to choose the right size for your nursing outfit. Wearing one size too small or too tight, may make nursing in it more difficult as it may be harder to reach the nursing access. Please consult the garment sizing chart to determine the right fit for you, unless specifically stated for a style with a different cut.

Garment Sizing Chart


Size

Bust Up to

  Waist Up to

Hips Up to

S
36"
32.5"
36"
M
38"
34"
38"
L
40"
35.5"
40"
XL
42"
37"
42"
2X
44"
38.5"-39"
44"
3X
46"
39"-40.5"
46"

 

 

Bra Sizing

If you are currently pregnant, your bra size during the eighth month of your pregnancy should provide a good measure for the size of nursing bra you will be using. Similarly, if you are nursing, and the bra you are currently wearing feels comfortable and fits right, it is best to order that size.
If you are still uncertain about your size, please following the instructions below. To obtain the closest measurement, it is best to be wearing a bra and standing.


1. Your band size. With a measuring tape, measure just under your arms. Take extra care to ensure that the measuring tape is straight across your back. The tape should be snug (not tight). If the measurement is an odd number, round it up to the next even number.

2. Measure your bust, at the fullest part of your breasts.

3. Your cup size. Subtract measurement 1 from measurement 2. Use this value to find your corresponding cup size in the chart below.

*this method of determining your bra size is not perfect. Sizes and cut may differ depending on the style and material of the bra. If you need help with sizing, drop me an email at elnie@motherneeds.com

 

Bra Sizing Chart

1" to 1.5"
A cup
1.5" to 2.5"
B cup
2.5" to 3.5"
C cup